Lydia Taylor

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The facts                                   We want to support people who are working in communities to reduce the impact of Coronavirus and its effect on daily life.  The starting point is to make sure that we all have correct and current information. The links below are regularly updated: The UK Government’s coronavirus information For individuals, you can find medical guidance on coronavirus on the NHS website. For clinicians, the NHS England and Improvement website contains regularly updated guidance. Sharing ideas for virtual communities We want to help people carry on living the best life they can at the same time that they are staying safe [...]


Launching our vision, a social revolution in wellbeing


In their second blog, Prof Helen Stokes-Lampard and James Sanderson discuss NASP's strategic plan, A Social Revolution in Wellbeing We believe that being able to connect and strengthen relationships between people and their communities is perhaps more important than ever right now. People have a myriad of individual gifts that can sometimes go unnoticed by services if the focus is purely on what’s wrong. And, whilst some people have the innate skills, knowledge and confidence to connect, seek out solutions, and change their circumstances to live a healthy life, the reality is that for many, the barriers faced due to [...]

Launching our vision, a social revolution in wellbeing2020-03-12T10:12:21+00:00

£1 million investment in local communities announced, to help people live healthier lives


The National Academy for Social Prescribing has today launched its blueprint for supporting social prescribing across the country which includes a £1 million fund and backing from major national partners – Arts Council England, National Garden Scheme and Southbank Centre. The Academy also calls on each local NHS body to develop a local social prescribing plan to outline how they will work with local community groups and the voluntary sector to help ensure the availability of social prescribing in their community. The Academy will also offer support to achieve this. Social prescribing aims to support people to stay healthy in [...]

£1 million investment in local communities announced, to help people live healthier lives2020-03-13T15:01:21+00:00
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